2012Jul31 â Creativity in Teaching and Becoming a Better Teacher â Faculty Development Programme â MGIT [ Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology ] Hyderabad
This is a live recording of the sessions at the Faculty Development Programme organized by the ISTE of MGIT [ Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology ] Hyderabad
Creativity in Teaching was the first topic. Later, Becoming a Better Teacher was taken up.
Teachers must be motivated to become better teachers, continuously, without which the quality of education cannot be improved. When the teachers realize the important role they are playing, it is hoped that they would raise to the occasion and add love to the responsible job they are doing, and create the necessary impact.
Two presentations, titled Creativity in Teaching and Becoming a Better Teacher, slightly modified versions - were used for these sessions.
It is better to view these power point presentations while listening to the downloaded lectures.
The lecture was in English, but keeping in view, the nature of the topic and a particular point to be stressed, Telugu / Hindi were also liberally used â after ascertaining the consent of the participants..
The live recording of the speech can be listened to / downloaded, by visiting www.archive.org and searching for Prof. V. Viswanadham. Further, if the displayed results are sorted by date added, it would be easier to locate this particular speech. The power point presentation can be viewed at www.scribd.com (please search for Viswam.vangapally4581), and / or www.slideshare.net/viswanadham.
It was brought to the notice of the participants that 7 booklets, 2 in English and 5 in Telugu - all Poolabata Publications are freely available. Please visit: www.archive.org and search for POOLABATA. You can also search for DESHAMUNU PREMINCHUMANNA, and freely obtain a small booklet in Telugu.
There are many other speeches on the same and related topics, along with power point presentations, and all these can be freely listened to / viewed at the sites referred above. You would definitely find some variety and difference in the presentation, as I consider it my duty to make the presentations in a different manner, each time the topic is discussed. This is only to assure you that you can take the risk of listening to the lectures on the same topic given to different audiences, at different places.
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